Snake Eyes 600c Forged Irons

600c Forged

  • S45C Carbon Steel
  • 5-iron Toe Height 54mm
  • 370" Parallel

User Reviews (6)

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Jim   Shoots in the 80s [Apr 27, 2012]
Model Reviewed: Snake Eyes 600c

These clubs are sweet! They look like a blade at address and play like a blade with their feel but have more forgiveness because of the cavity back design.They are a very nice looking club with minimal offset. I purchased them off of Ebay with 5.5 Rifle shafts and couldn't be happier!

Customer Service

N/A

Similar Products Used: Snake Eyes FMC-1 and Golfsmith Pro Forged.
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5
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5
paul   Shoots in the 80s [Feb 04, 2008]
Model Reviewed: 600b/c combo

These irons are just what everybody says they are...buttery feel, accurate, and flat out incredible. I have played them for 4 years and the only thing I can say is that I am wearing mine out and looking for a new set very soon. There is absolutely no reason to pay $800 for a set of forged blades or combo set when you can get these custom fit for half the price. One of the best purchases I ever made. Almost bought a set of Mizuno's until I hit these. Great clubs at an unbelievable value!!!

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5
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5
Shawn   Shoots in the 80s [Apr 04, 2007]
Model Reviewed: 600C w/TT Black Gold reg

Just some really solid irons. I have been playing Mac PCB Tours for a while with rifle shafts and decided to give these a shot when I found them cheap on Ebay. (I was actually looking for any irons with the Black Gold shafts and they just happened to be on these iron heads!)
I have always hit my irons fairly straight and high, but these have added distance. Misses for me are either hooks or hitting them fat, both a result of not playing or practicing as much as I used to. These irons seem to have solved both problems. I have been wondering why it seemed Mizuno has been the only company making forged irons with minimal off-set and wider soles until I stumbled upon these. The soles are wide enough so that I don't dig in deep, but they aren't visible from address (unlike Callaways) and I have been able to hit them off of tight lies with reasonable backspin. This same feature of the soles has also decreased my side spin, which could be a drawback depending on what you are looking for. Closing up my stance and clubface gave me a draw with the PCB's, but not with these. Everything is pretty much straight no matter how I change my alignment or face. Good for me, bad for players trying to work it more.
I have also enjoyed the shafts. My last few sets of irons have had rifle shafts (5.0) and I don't ever plan on going back to Dynamic Golds (ball flight was too low and felt much heavier even though weights are fairly similar). These shafts feel and perform very similar to standard rifles for me. I have not tried the Project X shafts. Higher ball flight than DG's and just more of a lively feel to them.
All in all very easy to hit irons that look and make the game easier. I shoot in the mid-80's and the regular shafts with these heads have made the limited time I get to play very enjoyable.

Customer Service

Not needed, bought off Ebay

Similar Products Used: A lot- Macgregor PCB's and Tours, Maxfli Revolutions and A-10's, Ping Eye 2+ BeCu and I3's, Hogan Apex Plus...
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5
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5
Joey Feep   Shoots in the 80s [Apr 13, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Snake Eyes 600C forged irons

I bought a 3-PW set of these irons w/rifle 5.5 shafts on Ebay a few weeks ago. Several buckets at the range and 4 rounds of 18 later all I can say is: From my cold, dead hands! Like I been using them for years. Great feedback, solid ball flight that penetrates and is med-high. Accurate! Can work the ball easily either way. Miss-hits not overly penelizing but you know it right away. These are rock-solid irons. I highly recommend them.

Customer Service

None needed as yet

Similar Products Used: Taylor made firesoles
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5
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5
Highlander   Shoots in the 70s [Apr 13, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Snake Eyes 600C Forged CB

Simply the best forged cavity back I have ever played, and I have played many. The heads are compact with minimal offset and a nice semi-thin topline. The appearance at address is that of a fine blade and, in fact, the 600C matches up perfectly with the 600B (blade) model. Perhaps their best feature is the sole. It is a perfect width, has a nice camber and a superbly crafted leading edge that is neither too sharp or to blunt. I believe the sole design of the SE600 is near perfection and one of the key factors in why these irons perform so well. The performance of the 600C is as optimal as I can imagine. On the one hand they feel and play like a fine blade. Their design lends itself well to someone who wants to craft different types of shots, like knockdowns, punches, fades, draws, etc. On the other hand, they are amazingly forgiving. I fully expected the 600C to play close to a blade in this regard. On the contrary, they are surprisingly easy. Yes, you must have a relatively good stroke but the 600C does not demand near-perfection. These were in my bag last year, were temporarily removed by a set of Titleist 690.CB's with Project X shafts. After a few rounds with the 690's the SE's are back in the bag. They are better irons.

Customer Service

N/A

Similar Products Used: Titlelist 690.CB, Mizuno MP-30, Hogan Apex Plus, Srixon I-201, Tourstage Z101, and many others.
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5
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5
Frodo   Shoots in the 80s [Mar 13, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Snake Eyes 600C

I have tried just about every forged cavity back clubs out there and almost all of them are good (Titleist 690.CB, KZG CBII CB & Evolution, Apex Plus and Edge Pro, MP 30, MX 20, MX 23, TM 300, Cobra SS, Tour Stage Z-101, Mac 1025C and CM to name a few). I bought a set of the Snake Eyes 600C with Accuflex Regular flex graphite shafts on Ebay for $250 - on a whim - and absolutely fell in love with them. Just as forgiving as any of the above, pure buttery forged feel, great compact design, nice chrome finish plus priced so right. It's nice to have in my opinion such well designed and high performance forged cb clubs for nothing. Because they are component clubs, you can also put any shaft that best suits you. Give these a try if you lean towards more traditional forged club design.

Customer Service

No contact.

Similar Products Used: Name it, I've probably tried it.
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5
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5
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